In South Africa, the process of applying for and receiving government aid is not always simple. Recipients of the R350 grant, for example, may find that their application is rejected for a number of reasons.
If your application is rejected, it’s important to know why and to be able to appeal the decision if you feel that you were unfairly declined.
In this article, we will explain the selection process for RD350 aid in detail so that you will be better prepared should your application be denied.
How to appeal for an SRD Grant
If your application for the R350 grant is rejected, you may be able to appeal the decision.
The first step is to determine why your application was rejected. If you believe that you were unfairly declined, you can submit an appeal to Sassa. To do this, you will need to provide evidence that supports your case.
You can find more information about the appeals process on the Sassa website.
- Go to srd.dsd.gov.za
- Enter your ID number
- Enter your telephone number
- Lodge appeal
Appeals should be lodged for every month that the grant is declined. News of your SRD appealoukd come via the site you’re appealing to.
After appealing, Sassa will send the applicant an SMS with the outcome of the appeal.
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Kholwa Larence is a highly qualified and experienced South African woman who has been working in the field of information management and grant administration for over five years. She has a strong educational background, having completed postgraduate studies at the University of Cape Town in information management and grant administration. Kholwa’s passion for helping citizens access and manage their grant payments led her to found the website sassastatuscheckr350.co.za. This free-to-use website allows citizens to easily check their Sassa payment statuses and ensures that they have up-to-date information about their grants.